Live-streaming app Blab, which was launched in 2015 and grabbed around 4 million users in just a single year has said goodbye to all its users. Shaan Puuri, the CEO of Blab has officially announced with a post on Medium earlier on Friday that the live-streaming app will no more be available for its users.
If you are hearing about Blab for the first time, then you should know that this app has competed with Facebook Live, Twitter’s Periscope and other gigantic media companies astonishingly.
But the question which comes to everyone’s mind is that why Blab chose to shut down?
Despite of incredible response, Blab became a solid victim of a problem that triggers majority of live-streaming apps.
According to the CEO Shaan Puuri, only 10 percent of the total users came back to use the app regularly. However, Puuri is all set to come up with a better product which is going to promise a lot more to its users.
“Blab was great in many ways, but it wasn’t going to be an everyday thing for millions. So we’re kicking down the sandcastle, and re-building it as an ‘always on’ place to hang with friends.”